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... mausoleum, so you don't actually ever get to stop (and cameras aren't even allowed to be taken in there, let alone used); you can still get a decent view of Mao entombed in his crystal coffin though. I would be interested in looking into the exact details of what they have done there, as he features were so well preserved I am reasonably certain there is either a death mask over him, or a replica of his entire body on top of his tomb. Once we shuffled out of ...
... know where in Russia we are. No phone signal or Internet. No GPS. All I know is that we are heading East.
We stopped at another couple of stations and got a leg stretch. I was in and out of my bed all morning. Dee slept through it all. But we got up and had a leg stretch and got another bottle of water. Just in case I run out. LOL
Dee has just had a complaint about my boxers being on my bed. We ...
Ok so we got up at the crack of dawn to get a head start in the day and that went tits up;-) Lost more time buying tickets but couldn't the ones we wanted as it was too early.
Headed to the main place I wanted to visit in Beijing, the White Cloud Temple which did not let us down at all. It is so relaxing to be away from the madding crowds and to be able tp amble around and pray without being pushed, shoved and elbowed like happens in so many attractions. We spent a ...
... peopled out". After a Beijing style lunch were were taken to a School of Traditional Chinese medicine where we were evaluated by a TCM practitioner and his assistant, though neither of us opted for the several hundreds of dollars worth of herbal remedies they recommended taking. After a bit of time to shop along one of Beijing's popular shopping streets (Prada, Apple, Hermes, Gucci, Van Clef & Arpels, Forever 21 and Gap). we were taken to the ...
... or cheese in them. They were quite delicious. We also had do it yourself sushi. It was fun because we got to roll up the sushi like burritos (which is also how the Japanese people ate it). It was quite a fun afternoon and I enjoyed learning a little bit about Japan and Japanese culture from the families.
Alright, on to day one in Beijing. I'll try to remember everything our tour guide, Justin, told us about the sites we saw. The first site we saw was ...